School Run News: Two parents arrested after Gardaí issue Child Rescue alert
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At Home: Two parents arrested after Gardaí issue CRI alert
Gardaí have confirmed a 2-year-old girl has been found safe and well after they issued a CRI alert.
It is believed toddler Aoife Haynes Murphy was found in the Dublin area last night.
A man and woman in her 30s have been arrested.
2-year-old Aoife was taken from Swinford Health Centre in Mayo in contravention of a court order yesterday morning.
Motorists warned about poor driving conditions following weathering warning
Met Éireann has issued a weather warning that is set to cause poor driving conditions for motorists.
Dense fog is expected over most of the country on Wednesday, October 13th, Met Éireann confirmed.
The warning is in place from 1 am to 11 am on October 13th.
Foggy conditions are likely to cause poor visibility on the roads.
The RSA warned: "Dense fog seriously reduces your visibility and makes driving very dangerous. Switch on headlights and fog lamps, reduce your speed and keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front.
"If the fog closes in, reduce your speed further and take your time getting to your destination," the RSA added.
Covid: 70% of patients in Irish hospitals are not fully vaccinated
The HSE confirmed an additional 1,466 Covid-19 cases last night.
There are currently 402 people in hospital with Covid-19. 73 of them are in ICU.
Dr. Ronan Glynn commented on the rising ICU admissions. He explained that the majority of people being admitted to intensive care are not vaccinated or not fully vaccinated.
"Approximately 70 percent of people being treated in intensive care for Covid-19 have not been fully vaccinated. This is a significant cause for concern," he stated.
The deputy CMO added, "I strongly encourage anyone who has not yet been vaccinated to take up the opportunity to do so as soon as possible to best protect yourself and those around you from Covid-19."
World: 22-year-old Gabby Petito's cause of death revealed
22-year-old Gabby Petito was strangled to death, according to a Wyoming coroner.
Appearing in court, Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue confirmed she was strangled. Her death has been ruled as a homicide.
He added that Ms. Petito was dead three to four weeks before her body was discovered.
The young woman's body was found along the border of Grand Teton National Park on September 19th.
Her former partner Brian Laundrie remains a person of interest but has yet to be located.
Celebrity: McFly's Harry Judd and wife Izzy reveal the name of their son
Harry and Izzy Judd became parents for a third time this month.
Izzy gave birth to a beautiful baby boy on Monday, October 11th.
Proud dad Harry announced the news by sharing a photo of Izzy breastfeeding their baby boy as he kissed her on the cheek.
Taking to Instagram, Strictly champion Harry confirmed their son's name.
He revealed their baby boy is called Lockie.
"Lockie Magnus Christopher Judd. 11th October 2021. 7lbs 8oz."
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